Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh has requested the ministries of Public Security, Transport, Health, Foreign Affairs, và Information and Communications to perform their assigned tasks to carry out a pilot plan that will resume international commercial flights on January 1, 2022.

Thailand quarantine-free scheme khổng lồ halt Omicron spread

The bầu announced on December 21 that it would “Test & Go” - quarantine-free programme, amid concerns about the Omicron variant situation worldwide.

Health ministry officially introduces Vietnam"s COVID-19 vaccine passport

The Ministry of Health has announced procedures for the issuance of Vietnam’s official COVID-19 "vaccine passports’ along with the passport templates effective starting December 20, 2021.

Soldiers stand side by side with other forces to lớn fight COVID-19

With the spirit “fighting epidemic lượt thích fighting”, officers and soldiers of the Vietnam People’s Army have stood side by side with other forces in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vietnam sees 16,325 COVID-19 infections on December 21

Vietnam confirmed 16,325 COVID-19 infections on December 21, including nine imported & 16,316 domestic cases across 62 provinces và cities, according lớn the Ministry of Health.

International air cargo throughput increases by over 21 in 2021

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) reported that approximately 1.1 million tonnes of goods were transported overseas by air in 2021, an annual increase of 21.3
The Indonesian on December đôi mươi removed the ban for travellers from China"s Hong Kong ahead of holidays while putting the UK, Norway & into the travel ban list due khổng lồ concerns related khổng lồ Omicron variant in the three countries.
As part of the campaign “Breath Again” launched by the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, five ambulances were lớn medical stations in Ho đưa ra Minh City và the southern provinces of Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Long An and Hau Giang on December 20.
During 24 hours from 4pm December 19 to lớn 4pm December 20, Vietnam recorded 14,977 COVID-19 infections, with 14,966 domestic cases across 61 provinces & cities – down 1,127 cases from the previous day, according to lớn the Ministry of Health.
The Chinese Consulate in Ho chi Minh đô thị has donated 210 và 200 million VND (8,722 USD) to the city và its neighbouring southern provinces of Dong Nai, Binh Duong & Giang serving the combat of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Ethics Committee in Biomedical Research under the Ministry of Health has requested additional reports on the protective efficacy of the homegrown candidate COVID-19 vaccine Nano Covax, requiring that they should be submitted before 3pm on December 22 for review.
Though COVID-19 makes the Christmas atmosphere quieter than in previous years, local people in Ho chi Minh đô thị are still lớn welcome in the season of joy, which is now just a few days away.
The Ministry of Health has proposed that all activities, & festive activities in localities with a high risk of COVID-19 be during the upcoming Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays.
After a long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Vietnam has piloted welcoming foreign visitors back lớn several key tourist areas. Safety for tourists, travel businesses & destinations has always received vị trí cao nhất priority, thus helping boost the tourism industry’s recovery and
Thailand’s headline inflation is expected lớn hit its highest level in a decade next year by cost-push factors including rising imported raw materials, a recovery in domestic demand, relatively high oil prices and a labour shortage, according to lớn the country’s Trade Policy and Strategy Office (TPSO).
The close ties soldiers and people have created internal, contributing to victories in the past struggle for national & reunification và overcoming difficulties, particularly the COVID-19 pandemic, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has said.
The Prime Minister has requested all ministries, sectors, và localities lớn ramp up efforts against COVID-19 in the face of the new variant Omicron.
A total of 16,110 new infections of COVID-19, including 17 imported cases, were reported in Vietnam during 24 hours from 4pm December 18 to 4pm December 19, according lớn the Ministry of Health. in areas with high pandemic risks, or “orange zones”, will direct learning and return lớn online learning from December 20, according to a proposal of the municipal of Education and Training, which urges district of education và training & schools reported lớn district authorities for approval.
A was held in Hanoi on December 17 khổng lồ connect tourism Hanoi and other localities under the theme "Establishing safe tourism corridor in Hanoi & localities".
Vietnam recorded 15,895 COVID-19 infections, including 12 imported cases, during 24 hours from 4pm December 17 lớn 4pm December 18, according to lớn the Ministry of Health.

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